Converting an office building to a multi-family residential occupancy is possible. It would, however, not be cheap.
China restrictions on the acquisition and export of economic and financial sector data will deter much-needed foreign direct investment.
A new global economic order will not emerge out of a new BRICS currency or de-dollarization happening overnight.
China’s gallium and germanium exports restrictions will likely lead to higher prices, longer delivery times, and more expensive electronics.
Consumer interest in EVs is rising. But concerns about affordability and charging remain barriers to more Americans going electric.
The world needs a rapid expansion of offshore wind power. But choosing their locations is by no means a straightforward task.
U.S.-China technological decoupling raises serious concerns about global growth in the short and long term.
The U.S. dollar will dominate as long as private organizations engaged in international trade find it the most convenient currency to use.
Washington has the most expensive gas in the U.S., followed by California and Hawaii. The cheapest gas prices are in Gulf Coast states like Mississippi and Texas.
By creating a hydrogen economy alongside EV development, the UK can help unlock hydrogen’s full potential.